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Showing Stories from 9th March 2018 to 16th April 2018
New police powers on the cards after council votes for abortion clinic protection zone

New police powers on the cards after council votes for abortion clinic protection zone

(16/04/18) Women have been called murderers and had fetus dolls thrust into their hands as they attend appointments.

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Burglar shrine: Met calls on both sides to show respect

Burglar shrine: Met calls on both sides to show respect

(12/04/18) 'I do not want anyone to feel intimidated or that they are not being allowed to respond in a dignified way to a tragic death' says borough commander.

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(12/04/18) Officer injured by coin-throwing yob (11/04/18) Chief considering Taser policy to help protect officers
NPCC says chiefs must make sure officers feel confident to use stop and search powers

NPCC says chiefs must make sure officers feel confident to use stop and search powers

(10/04/18) The pendulum has swung too far in the opposite direction CC Thornton said.

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(04/04/18) Government rejects £7 million fracking policing funds bid (03/04/18) Fire bomb attackers are 'bankrupt thugs', says Fed (03/04/18) Police use professionals to 'play drunk' at bars and shops (03/04/18) Respite for South Yorkshire tree protest officers (26/03/18) GMP officer 'recovering at home' after sword attack (26/03/18) Plans for 'significant' cuts to TVP-Hampshire dog unit would be a 'travesty' (23/03/18) Anti-fracking protests a 'huge strain' on officers (21/03/18) 'Critical' man was shot at 13 times by police (20/03/18) Commissioner urges government to reconsider firearms licence fees (19/03/18) Officer narrowly escaped permanent eye damage after drunk threw bleach at him (19/03/18) 'Worst legislation in Scottish parliament history' is repealed (19/03/18) Government pressed for fracking funding as costs continue to mount (19/03/18) Half of mounted units have turned to private sponsors in fight for survival (15/03/18) Police response to tree protests 'proportionate' says South Yorkshire chief (14/03/18) Two former officers face no charges in Hillsborough investigation (14/03/18) 'Impractical' custodian helmets 'back because of royal wedding' (13/03/18) Government must evolve regulation to stem online hate crime, says Sadiq Khan (12/03/18) Force uses chainsaw as new entry tactic (12/03/18) Legislation needed to protect MPs from intimidation, says government (09/03/18) Public Order Digest out now (March) (09/03/18) Reports of illegal London raves double (09/03/18) Problem solving court aims to break cycle of alcohol abuse (09/03/18) Google criticised over 12 month failure to remove National Action video (09/03/18) Leicester City fan threatens to sue Nottingham Police over dog bite
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